Larry Steinle


Larry Steinle is a partner of BrandGap, LLC and a Senior Programmer Analyst at Valmont, Inc. He graduated with a certificate in Biblical Studies, an Associate in Computer Programming and a Bachelor Degree in Managing Information Systems. In 2003 Larry was employed by Wrox Press co-authoring the book, Professional Visual Basic 6: A Programmer’s Resource. Learn more about Larry at his LinkedIn Profile Page. was created with the intent of providing a reference to helpful code snippets, styles and guidance. While most of the concepts documented in this site are readily available on other sites the intent is to bring together a collection of highly useful code samples. Occasionally the blog will contain unique, personally created works of art.

Since my early days in High School when I was first exposed to programming I have thoroughly enjoyed learning about software design and development techniques. Besides being a job, programming is also a hobby that I enjoy on my own personal time. As such this blog represents the summation of knowledge gained from the books, magazines, articles, web pages and research from the last twenty years. All published works are created from scratch specifically for this blog to the betterment of the software development community.

All views expressed are mine alone and do not necessarily reflect those of Valmont, Inc.


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